Rosemarie Greco is a member of the congregation of the Daughters of Wisdom. With a background in English and theology, she has worked in several dioceses in religious education administration, taught at a major seminary and university in Uganda, and served on her community leadership team. She has contributed reflections for Faith Catholic and Quest, and a weekly radio program. After directing the Wisdom House Retreat and Conference Center in Litchfield, Connecticut, for 27 years, she is volunteering as a hospital chaplain and board member for Litchfield Housing Trust.
Modern-day enslavement is happening in our midst, even in neighborhoods where you would least expect it. It is taking place in shopping malls, sports centers, salons, restaurants, bus stops — anywhere people gather.
The land in Litchfield, Connecticut, which was home to the novitiate of the Daughters of Wisdom, has evolved into a common home shared by many, by means of a land conservation easement.